Blackmagic Design will this month release its new URSA Mini Pro 12K, a new digital film camera with an advanced 12,288 x 6,480 pixel, 12K Super 35 image sensor.

The new Blackmagic URSA Mini Pro 12K camera. (Source: Blackmagic Design.)

Priced at US$9,995, the new Blackmagic URSA Mini Pro 12K is a third-generation model with new Blackmagic Generation 5 Colour Science and higher Blackmagic RAW performance. Its sensor can encompass 14 stops of dynamic range and the camera supports high-frame-rate shooting at up to 60 frames/second with 12K resolution at 80 megapixels per frame. Users can also record at up to 110 fps in 8K and up to 220 fps in 4K Super 16 formats. Oversampling from 12K delivers the best 8K and 4K images with the subtle skin tones and extraordinary detail of high end still cameras. The new camera is ideal for shooting feature films, episodic television and immersive, large format IMAX. It comes with a full version of DaVinci Resolve Studio, an advanced solution that combines professional editing, color correction, audio post and visual effects all in one software tool.

The new Blackmagic URSA Mini Recorder, released concurrently with the camera, lets customers record 12-bit Blackmagic RAW files onto fast 2.5 inch SSDs, including the latest U.2 NVMe Enterprise SSDs. Click here for full product details.